Hoofmax Equine

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Hoofmax Equine
HoofMax is a unique nutritional support for protecting and improving the integrity of hooves. HoofMax was specifically formulated and designed to naturally work with the body to grow and maintain healthy hooves that are strong, hydrated, and pliable. In addition to providing effective aid for hoof health, HoofMax also promotes healthy skin and hair.
Restaurex®:
- Enhances the body's ability to regenerate healthy cells
Tyrosine and phenylaline:
- Promotes proper protein formation
Vitamins A, C, and E:
- Reinforce keratin production
Zinc:
- Prevents defective keratin production
Soy protein concentrate, Omega-max™, and Sweet-max™:
- Promotes healthy skin, hair and coat, and proper moisture maintenance

HoofMax is a unique nutritional support for protecting and improving the integrity of hooves. HoofMax was specifically formulated and designed to naturally work with the body to grow and maintain healthy hooves that are strong, hydrated, and pliable. In addition to providing effective aid for hoof health, HoofMax also promotes healthy skin and hair.

Restaurex®:

- Enhances the body's ability to regenerate healthy cells

Tyrosine and phenylaline:

- Promotes proper protein formation

Vitamins A, C, and E:

- Reinforce keratin production

Zinc:

- Prevents defective keratin production

Soy protein concentrate, Omega-max™, and Sweet-max™:

- Promotes healthy skin, hair and coat, and proper moisture maintenance

 

Powder Supplement.

Administration
Administer ½ scoop per 500 lbs body weight. Mix with food.

Servings Per Container

Size
Scoops
4.75 lb
28
10 lb
60
20 lb
120


Ingredients
Biotin 2000 mg, DL-Methionine 3500 mg, Methionine 3500 mg, Lysine 3000 mg, Silicon 1000 mg, Zinc 500 mg, Copper 150 mg, Cobalt 30 mg, Manganese 300 mg, Calcium 1000 mg, Vitamin A 1500 IU, Vitamin C 1000 mg, Vitamin E 1000 IU, OMEGA-MAX (Omega-3 and Omega-6) 3000 mg and Restaurex™ (A Proprietary Antioxidant Formula) 100 mg.

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  • 5
    Hoofmax

    Posted by Linda in Riverview on 28th Feb 2014

    I have been using this in my Andalusian/Arab mare's feed for a couple of years now.....I noticed more strength and less cracks within, I'd say, a month or so.... She didn't have the best start in life and her hooves cracked and the heels broke down....I tried many different hoof builders....I would be using one that seemed to help then I would notice her hooves weakening again...low and behold they had changed ingredients, lowered the biotin or something.... am sticking with Hoofmax...Worth the price... I have found Figerola to be a top shelf company....

  • 5
    HoofMax

    Posted by Linda on 29th Nov 2013

    Maggie is going to be 18 this year....she is an Andalusian/Arab mix....She was owned by 5 different owners before she was 3 yrs old...I found her on a hack line ridden rarely on occasion by some self-proclaimed bull riders, with her nose tied down about 18 inches from her knees...Poorly nourished and a serious colic was claiming this amazing animal's life 1 inch at a time....I mortgaged my home and paid way too much for her condition...I have tried all kinds of hoof supplements that sounded good but after a time I would notice the ingredients would be changed and her hoofs would start cracking again...Maggie has been on HoofMax for 2 years....I am thrilled with it...Maggie's hoofs are strong, no cracks and no ridges....It is worth the price....

  • 5
    Will never go without hoofmax!

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Mar 2013

    My mare had a terrible issue with an abscessing foot and required vigilant care and stall rest for 9 weeks after my farrier respected her toe and dug out the front of her hoof. I had her on another hoof supplement but took her off and switched to hoof max. Once the product took hold, her foot healed well. Thinking she didn't need to remain on hoofmax permanently I took her off. My vet said that adding pure biotin to her feed would be sufficient. Shortly after, the abscesses, of which she'd had none while on hoofmax, started again. I put her back on hoofmax and haven't had a problem since! My current farrier says her feet look better than ever. Baltimore winter has alternating hard and muddy ground for months, which typically makes it abscess central, but not for my girl. The cost of hoof max is far less than the cost I was spending in vet and farrier care, never mind my horse's discomfort. I'll never go without hoofmax in my mare's feed again!

  • 5
    New growth visible in a short time

    Posted by D S on 28th Nov 2011

    I've been a believer in Source for many years - this past year it didn't seem to be getting the same results in our two geldings overall foot health - alot of cracking, fungus and it hasn't even been that wet of a year; We've been doing the natural trim for the past 4 years to bring one back from foundered foot syndrome(long dished toe) and resulting lameness and abcesses recurrently - since starting this one on the natural trim his abcesses have receded but hoof quality was still lacking even after several years of ABC Plus and then Source Hoof; the other gelding was diagnosed with Navicular many years ago and we were seriously considering having him put down - he was in such pain and not moving around much - mostly laying down. ABC plus & Source Hoof were having negligble results on him as well; I started the past foundered boy on HoofMax approx 1 month ago and within weeks saw growth; I started the Navicular boy on Hoof plus liquid the same time - still no obvious difference; they are both on Hoofmax now and I will keep them on this for the next 6 months and hopefully both will have better quality hooves. Will check back in a few months with results to date.

  • 4
    would like to know who else; especially any farriers opinion on this

    Posted by Dee on 22nd Aug 2011

    Last summer my horses hoofs kept breaking and chipping. Had 3 abcess during the summer was really disappointed until I discovered that our barn manager had mistakenly only been giving her equine saver. We started adding the Hoofmax in late July 2010 to her grain and that has been the only change. This spring she came into the warm season with georgous pink shiny hoofs. We live in northern maine and winter is hard on the whole horse. Its now late Aug.2011 we have used her weekly, jump,trail flat work and not on the best of ground. So I think its good -but haven't had any other hoof product to compare it to. My farrier seems to like the looks and feel of her feet. I would very much like to hear from others too, since I am commited to trying to keep her barefoot and happy.